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The Battlelines Redrawn exhibition will be from the 15th October - 25th November 2018 at Cornerstone Arts Centre, Didcot, Oxfordshire.

During the four years of the First World War Centenary many insightful and fascinating exhibitions, events, talks, projects and initiatives have been launched. Below is a selection of some of these. This page will be updated regularly.

Lives of the First World War

Imperial War Museums needs you to help piece together the Life Stories of more than 8 million men and women who made a contribution during the First World War.

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Every Man Remembered

The Royal British Legion is working with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission to keep alive the memory of those who fell in the First World War, for future generations. They would like every single man and woman from across the Commonwealth who fell to be individually commemorated by those alive today. This is your chance to take part in a truly historic and incredibly significant act of remembrance.

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How the BBC are covering the Centenary. Keep up to date with everything here.

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Extraordinary First World War Art, From Initial Sketches To Finished Paintings

The Imperial War Museum have shared this remarkable collection of iconic World War One art, showing the creative process from sketch to final painting.

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The website to visit to view all the First World War Centenary Arts projects, exhibitions, shows and events.

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An Interactive Presentation and guide to the First World War.

From The Guardian: Ten historians from 10 countries give a brief history of the first world war through a global lens. Watch the documentary in seven languages.

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Truth and Memory. British Art of the First World War. The Imperial War Museum

A must see for all ages. The range of First World War art, some of which has never been on public display will be incredible. Don't miss the paintings by William Orpen and Paul Nash

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